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The Supreme Court Ruling on Workplace Harassment That Got Buried

Vance v. Ball State University could have a huge impact on workers.

Does Art Help the Economy?

Fearing budget cuts, Britain's culture secretary made an unusual case: That art begets economic growth.

The deal permitted Richard Cordray to be approved as head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in a 66-34 vote.

Nuclear Crisis Averted, Senate Begins Clearing Obama Nominees

Senate approves Cordray for consumer bureau; votes on Labor and EPA nominees expected this week.

How the Defense Department Communicates

A conversation about the tech powering DoD’s global collaboration efforts.

The kinds of photos government could share on Instagram.

5 Instagram Feeds the Government Needs to Start

Cool ways these government agencies could use the photo sharing service.

“It is much better than it was in 2007 in every single one of your agencies,” Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.,  said. “Everyone is making progress.”

Senators Spar With Agencies Over War-Zone Contracting Reforms

No answers yet to explain $34 million unusable building in Afghanistan.

7 Ways to Better Manage a Slacker

Somebody not pulling their weight? Try these techniques.

NTSB Fires Intern Who Erroneously Confirmed Fake Asiana Pilot Names

The Airline is suing the TV station, but not the agency.

A Washington Metro train makes its way toward Union Station.

Reaping Savings from the SAVE Award Easier Said Than Done

Last year’s winning idea could save millions, but implementation is voluntary.